How to Prevent Diabetes Complications

Posted April 14th, 2013 by admin and filed in Diabetes

If you are diagnosed with diabetes, the doctor will usually recommend that you re-arrange the right diet and exercise regularly.

However, common people with diabetes are directly doing heavy exercise in hopes of pressing the blood sugar levels. Though activities such sudden it can actually be bad for health conditions

American Diabetes Association (ADA) warned that you do not make drastic changes to the daily routine. Which is often confusing, from where you start the change.

Here are some suggestions for diabetics as recommended by the ADA:

1. Perform light exercise with a time to suit your ability. It will only make your goals more easily attainable.

2. Acknowledge if you have some bad habits and have to change it. Ask for help from family, friends and medical experts, if you need.
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Seven Minutes Prevent Diabetes

Posted September 5th, 2009 by admin and filed in Diabetes, Exercise, Tips

Exercise at least 3-5 times a week (this way is useful for anyone who can’t meet the recommended minimum of 30-60 minutes of exercise. Why? Because the effects of exercise at least 7 minutes of this just like we perform resistance exercises for hours every week. Moreover, it can control insulin levels in our blood.

For example: cycling 4 times a day within 30 seconds with a quick, two days a week within 2 weeks will experience a 23% improvement over the effectiveness of the body using insulin and glucose out of the bloodstream.
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Laughing Can Reduce Risk of Diabetes

Posted June 10th, 2009 by admin and filed in Diabetes, Health, Tips

Laughing can help people with Diabetes Mellitus (DM) lower cholesterol, the following risk vascular disease and heart. As stated by Lee Berk, researchers from Loma Linda University, California, about the latest research results with the team.

In this research, Berk who led the study divided 20 high-risk patients with diabetes (who was also suffering from high blood pressure and has high blood fat levels) into 2 groups. Both groups were given the standard diabetes drug. L group were given 30 minutes to enjoy the humor of their own choosing, while group C (control group) did not get the entertainment of humor. The process lasted for one year of treatment.
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